Gripe [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Gripe:

Peer Khan uttered the fatal words, and Ghuffoor Khan wrestled out his last agony under my never-failing gripe.

The pincers gripe, the pliers handle; the one is like the closed hand, the other like the fingers.

It was safe enough for a high-ranking labman to gripe about Security—in fact, it was more or less expected.

What has posterity done for us / That we, lest they their rights should lose, / Should trust our necks to gripe of noose?

It is weaker than Barbadoes or even hepatic aloes, and is more apt to gripe, &c., than the latter.

We gape, we grasp, we gripe, add store to 10 store; / Enough requires too much; too much craves more.

With a trembling, but eager gripe, he seized the paper, as a miser would seize the deeds of an estate on which he has a mortgage.

When the gripe was slightly relaxed he said: "I am a poor adventurer, and fancied I could get money by robbing you."

The swords were made of wood, small in the gripe, and apparently less formidable than a good stick.

In this extremity what could he do to rescue himself from their gripe?